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Old 16th February 2012, 23:11   #31
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Kindly let me know the best option for this to play in my old tv. I had planned a B-ray player which is around 7k. Since I wont be using any discs, I feel that this player will be a waste. Media player seems good enough since I see that there are many other features when using media players and also it's of the same price range.
Also which brand to go for and the price range/features.

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You can connect your external HDD or even a USB pen drive, direct to the media player. Laptop would not be necessary.

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Now coming to the brands, i am using WDTV and am happy. Only hitch is, there are no onboard controls. So remote is the key. It plays almost all the formats. Asus is also a well known brand. Please check out the reviews of these sets, and see if it meets your requirements. I prefer, you go with some well known brand.
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Now coming to the brands, i am using WDTV and am happy. Only hitch is, there are no onboard controls. So remote is the key. It plays almost all the formats. Asus is also a well known brand. Please check out the reviews of these sets, and see if it meets your requirements. I prefer, you go with some well known brand.
Thanks dude. I checked the player that comes around 3k. It sold over 50 products and everyone has given a good feedback. The laptop cant be directly connected but will play all formats from USB and HDD. Asus models starts from 4k - 10k. Which model to go for? Saw this model which I shortlisted
http://stores.ebay.in/android-curve/...sub=2618389010

Please see other models here
http://stores.ebay.in/android-curve/...sub=2618389010

Which one to go for as per my requirements?
Sorry to bug you. Am not an expert in this.
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Thanks dude. I checked the player that comes around 3k. It sold over 50 products and everyone has given a good feedback. The laptop cant be directly connected but will play all formats from USB and HDD. Asus models starts from 4k - 10k. Which model to go for? Saw this model which I shortlisted
http://stores.ebay.in/android-curve/...sub=2618389010

Please see other models here
http://stores.ebay.in/android-curve/...sub=2618389010

Which one to go for as per my requirements?
Sorry to bug you. Am not an expert in this.
Check this out. I have something similar to this from WDTV. This should meet all your requirements. Value for money, deal.

Asus O'Play Mini HD Media Player 1080P .Mkv .m2ts H.264 national Warranty | eBay
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